Steven Newcomb
7/31/15

When Cristobal Colón made landfall on a sandy beach in the Caribbean, he planted the royal standards (flags) of Castile and Aragon and performed a ceremonial act of “discovery and possession.” The “standards” he planted in the soil were physical flags, but those f...

Teake Zuidema
7/13/15
Twice a year, in July and September, the Mohican Reservation Campground hosts an event that puts Native American culture on center stage: the Great Mohican Pow-Wow...
Conquistadores Fed Dogs Indians
Steve Russell
3/13/15
No historian seriously questions that the European invasion of the Americas resulted in millions of deaths. The serious debate has been how many millions...
Konnie LeMay
2/27/15
It’s unlikely to show up in any American History course in high school, but this country’s past includes many cases of African and Native alliances in the early days of conquest in...
Traverse City Michigan
ICTMN Staff
2/4/15
Traverse City, Michigan has never officially recognized Columbus Day, according to Interlochen Public Radio , but now the city will celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day...
Nina Corpus Christi AP
Steve Russell
1/6/15
Christoforo Columbo, most of us learn only as adults, was not Spanish. He would have been Italian if Italy had existed at the time...
Erdogan
Steve Russell
11/22/14
When Cherokee cowboy Will Rogers said his relatives did not come over on the Mayflower but “we met the boat,” he did not imagine that Europeans and Asians or Christians and Muslims...
Kevin Leecy
10/31/14

In Germany, students in grades K-12 receive mandatory instruction about the Holocaust. In South Africa, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission bore witness to the injustices of Apartheid....

ICTMN Staff
10/13/14
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver recently asked a question we’ve been asking for years—how is Columbus Day still a thing?...

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